Every good adventure starts with a bad idea
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Can you tell what is real?
The Olympian Holobeam Array, funded in part by the U.S. Department of Energy, was built to evaluate a strange theory of physics: the “holographic principle,” an idea that the three-dimensional universe is a sort of holographic reflection of the two-dimensional “surface” reality of the cosmological horizon—that space and matter are merely illusory projections from the boundaries of the universe. Past attempts to find physical evidence for the theory have failed. This attempt uses technologies that the others lacked.
A few hours ago, the Holobeam Array went online. A few minutes ago, the Array went offline in a catastrophic power surge. Its engineers soon restored power and com- munications. Its lead researcher said everything was fine. Delta Green had reason to suspect otherwise.